Logan High School 1926 Yearbook Photos
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Dehue Aug. 8th & 9th, 2014
“The 29th Annual Dehue Community Reunion is scheduled for Fri., Aug. 8, and Sat., August 9, 2014 at Dehue Chambers Grade School. For more information contact Donna Porter Lucas at 304-525-4218 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Kay Griffith Nisbet at 304-784-8949.” Source: Logan Banner
This collection of school photos from various school yearbooks and albums, etc. If you would like to contribute a vintage school photo (before 1980) to this gallery, please email the photo to the admin at email@example.com.
The first year the Man High School Yearbook was published. Courtesy of Corby Walls.
This a collection of photos of Chief Logan State Park. The hollow now containing the park was originally called Buffalo and Merrill Coal Company operated a coal mine there. If anyone has any photos of this area before it became a park, please share them with this gallery. To share a photo, send it to the admin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can help preserve a bit of the history by sharing your vintage photos with this gallery. To share a photo here, send it to the admin at email@example.com. Please note that you must own the photo you are submitting or ensure that no one has a copyright claim on it.
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Mount Gay, Logan County, WV
Mount Gay was originally called Gay, West Virginia which derived its named from Harry S. Gay. Jr. owner of the Gay Coal & Coke Company. The Gay Coal & Coke Company opened the first mine in Logan County in 1904.
Throughout the 1950s, everyone living at Mount Gay, Whites Addition, Cherry Tree, Fisher Bottom and Shamrock received their mail at the Mount Gay Post Office. The Post Office was located in Cherry Tree. Fisher Bottom was located adjacent to the lower end of Cherry Tree. In 1957, Fisher Bottom and the old Cherry Tree Grade School was demolished to make room for the Logan Blvd.
March 22, 1989 Logan Banner newspaper clipping “Harriet Sansom of Cherry Tree raises 38 children”, courtesy of Cherrie Samson Nelson.
Cherry Tree, June 1988 courtesy of Bob Piros